This is a discussion on Re: Video conversion - please help - Ubuntu ; On Tue, 31 Jul 2007 13:09:23 +0100, Neil Hindry wrote: > I posted a message a week or two ago regarding converting a video file to > a format that would play on my Kodak SV710 digital photo frame. I ...
On Tue, 31 Jul 2007 13:09:23 +0100, Neil Hindry wrote:
> I posted a message a week or two ago regarding converting a video file to
> a format that would play on my Kodak SV710 digital photo frame. I
> converted my file to various formats but unfortunately none of them would
> play on my frame.
> However, since then I have found two important pieces of information which
> I hope will enable someone to help me convert the file to a format that
> will play on my frame.
> Firstly I found in the manual that it will play MPEG4 videos.
> Secondly, I found a file that would play on my frame (I have not converted
> it) and using media software (avidmux I think) I was able to find out
> information about the file.
> This is what I discovered :-
> Image size 352 x 288
> Frame rate 25,000 fps
> # of frames 746 frames
> Codec 4CC MPEG
> Video duration 00:00:29:840
> Aspect ratio 1:1 (1:1)
> Extra properties
> Packed Bitstream No
> Quarter Pixel No
> GMC No
> Codec MP2
> Channels MONO
> Bitrate 4000 Bps / 32 kbps
> Frequency 32000 Hz
> Audio duration 00:00:29:952 (0 Mbytes) VBR Not ticked
> Am I right in thinking that the type of codec is 4CC?
> Does anyone know of any free software I can download that can convert a
> file to the same format as the information above?
> For information I am using Ubuntu & Debian.
> I hope you can help me.
> I appreciate any help or information given.
Realize this is old but,
In avidemux, Change the video option from "copy" to mpeg4. Change the
audio option from "copy" to "lame". Then save the video to a new file name.
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